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Synonyms for mud

Synonyms for mud

to soil with mud

Synonyms for mud

water soaked soil

slanderous remarks or charges

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soil with mud, muck, or mire

plaster with mud

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References in classic literature ?
Jerry, left alone in the mist and darkness, dismounted meanwhile, not only to ease his spent horse, but to wipe the mud from his face, and shake the wet out of his hat-brim, which might be capable of holding about half a gallon.
It is better to lie quiet in the mud than to be disturbed on good bedding.
Our general routine was this: -- Pompey, having rolled himself well in the mud, sat upon end at the shop door, until he observed a dandy approaching in bright boots.
At least, it is not so much the wet as the mud that I object to.
Thus, in the midst of the mud and at the heart of the fog, sits the Lord High Chancellor in his High Court of Chancery.
Then she righted herself by a miracle and flew for a long low bank of soft mud.
The infantry who had been stopped crowded near the bridge in the trampled mud and gazed with that particular feeling of ill-will, estrangement, and ridicule with which troops of different arms usually encounter one another at the clean, smart hussars who moved past them in regular order.
Consider," he said at last, "how warm the mud makes the nest.
If she didn't stick too fast in the mud I was sure that she would float this time right side up.
The boat at last became so nearly free of the retarding mud and of the bank that Jane felt positive that she could pole it off into deeper water with one of the paddles which lay in the bottom of the rude craft.
And all about is the mud, soft mud, that bubbles forth gases, and that heaves and sighs with internal agitations.
We don't want to hang up on the mud flats for the rest of the night.
A RICH Woman having returned from abroad disembarked at the foot of Knee-deep Street, and was about to walk to her hotel through the mud.
A full hundred yards of soft mud intervened between the boat-wharf and the water.
Wet feet, mud, frost, hunger, or what you will; but not beggary: we cannot stand beggary